229 Finance business partner jobs near Central London, Greater London
About the role:
Goodman Masson are currently working with a prestigious education charity to recruit for a Finance Manager, who will manage the organisations internal financial reporting as well as providing value added advice and support to head office departments and the senior leadership team.
You will be a qualified accountant who is able to develop and improve internal reporting and processes as well as being a strong partner to the SLT.
Day to day duties:
- Prepare and monitor head office budgets
- Prepare monthly management accounts with detailed commentary and analysis
- Provide business and financial support to leadership team
- Work with budget holders to provide financial advice and prepare funding bids and business cases
- Lead on month end reviews
- Prepare year end papers and supporting schedules
- CCAB qualified and above
- Strong stakeholder management skills
- Experience across budgeting, planning and year end
Please apply ASAP to ensure your details are considered.
Long-Term Financial Planning Manager, £400 per day (Umbrella) 3-6 months
For a large international organisation, we are recruiting an interim Long-term Finance Planning Manager to support the CFO and FD in ensuring the financial trajectory of the business is linked to strategy and operational plans and will own the financial models sitting behind this. The Long-term Financial Planning Manager will develop 5yr financial plans, establishing targets and core assumptions and will ensure all scenarios are contextualised and analysed with insights provided to leadership team.
- Support CFO and FD in developing a comprehensive strategic 5yr financial model in conjunction with regional leadership team
- Model scenarios across the commercial business and for multiple investments
- Model overheads and profitability
- Work with transformation finance regarding investment iterations
- Model tax assumptions
- Cash flow modelling and forward-looking balance sheet metrics
- Support the FD in preparing papers, models, and presentations for Board
- Provide MI and analysis for commercial decision-making e.g., market, competitor, and pricing information
- Qualified Accountant with proven long-term planning experience including MI reporting
- Operating in international and multi-cultural organisations
- Experience of investment projects and ROI
- Financial modelling, scenario modelling and Excel model experience
- Reporting and budget / FP&A consolidation experience
- Excellent analytical skills
As an employer, we are committed to ensuring the representation of people from all backgrounds regardless of their gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, or any other aspect which makes them unique. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds to apply and would encourage you to let us know if there are steps, we can take to ensure that your recruitment process enables you to present yourself in a way that makes you comfortable.
Senior Disability Business Partner
We are Business Disability Forum (BDF). We believe the 26 million people in the UK and over 1 billion people worldwide with disabilities and long-term conditions enhance the social and economic health of our societies. We help remove barriers in business structures and Government that prevent disabled people from thriving and making their contribution to the world.
We are unique. There are many great disability charities and disabled persons’ organisations. Our niche is our expertise in disability as it affects business.
To engage with and develop productive working relationships with the BDF membership helping to further their disability agenda over time using our knowledge, member services and paid for products where appropriate. Senior Business Disability Partners have direct responsibility for their assigned Partners.
- Experience of providing business support/coaching to experienced professionals.
- Experience of providing consultancy, training and advice on disability related issues
- Experience of working in or with business (private sector).
- Able to build and maintain networks, strong interpersonal skills.
- Knowledge of disability legislation and application in the workplace.
For the full job description and person specification of this role and instructions on how to apply please visit our website below via the button below:
How to apply
Applications should be by CV and a supporting statement, of up to 400 words, detailing why you think you would be suitable for the role. If you require any adjustments to the application process please contact Barnaby Powell as set out below. Applications should be addressed to Barnaby Powell, HR & Office Manager, Business Disability Forum, Nutmeg House, 60 Gainsford Street, London SE1 2NY. If you are submitting your application by email please do so to barnabyp @ businessdisabilityforum .org .uk
- Closing date for applications: Sunday, 6 February 2022
- First interviews are planned for TBC.
- Second interviews are likely to take place in the week commencing TBC.
Business Disability Forum is committed to ensuring that all its information, products and services are as accessible as possible to everyone.
If you wish to discuss anything in regards to accessibility or if you require alternative formats please contact Barnaby Powell by email at the address above or by telephone on 020-7403-3020.
For further information on Business Disability Forum please refer to our website via the button below.
We are committed to becoming disability-smart and an employer of choice irrespective of race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, or pregnancy and maternity. The ethical and business case of ensuring that our workforce is representative of wider society is at the heart of what we do. When we are recruiting, disabled candidates who meet all of the essential criteria will be offered an interview.
Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. It drives us. And it’s the reason our People team push themselves to equip and support our staff and volunteers to play the biggest part they can. Join us as a Reward Business Partner, working within the People Directorate where our purpose is to create the conditions for all our people to:
- feel their best,
- be their best,
- give their best,
enabling our people to play their part in the fight for every childhood.
As a Reward Business Partner you will play an important role in this, driving and delivering on our pay promises and managing our benefits package, to ensure our people feel valued for the important part they play fighting for every childhood.
To do this you will be an experienced Reward professional, used to competently working across a broad range of reward and benefits activities, and effectively collaborating with key stakeholders and colleagues to influence and deliver our reward and benefits agenda.
You will have excellent numeracy skills coupled with a systematic and logical approach to analyse, interpret and summarise data succinctly to senior stakeholders and clients. And the ability to use data and add value by providing insight to influence decision making.
In return you will receive a competitive total reward benefits package, for example:
- access to a range of discounts on every day purchases and with household brands, employer matched pensions contributions up to 7%, and life assurance.
- 29 days of annual leave per annum rising to 32 days after five years of service plus a suite of enhanced family friendly policies, and policies which promote a positive work life balance and support your wellbeing.
We also provide flexibility in how and where this role is performed.
- The role is a full time post however, we will consider flexible working arrangements including part time working.
- The role offers flexibility in where it is based with the opportunity to be home based or a combination of home and office based.
- The role does not need to be based in a specific geographic location within the United Kingdom.
Join us and you’ll become part of a team that cares about the work they do and the people they work with. You’ll discover opportunities to grow, along with challenges and a shared purpose that’ll bring the best out in you. And you’ll get to find your own way to make a difference that means more, and that impacts millions of young lives.
As an organisation, we are committed to creating and fostering a culture that promotes safeguarding and the welfare of all children and adults at risk. Our safer recruitment practices support this by ensuring that there is a consistent and thorough process of obtaining, collating, analysing and evaluating information from and about candidates to ensure that all persons appointed are suitable to work with our children and adults.
A large Arts organisation in Central London is looking for a Management Accountant to join the team as their new Finance Manager
A large Arts organisation in Central London
- Full Monthly Management Accounts
- Accruals and prepayments
- Finance Business Partnering - working on forecasts to get them under control
- Work on process improvements for reporting
- Work on the role out of Charging Costs with complex union rules - run testing and controls
At least Partly Qualified Accountant (CIMA, ACCA, CIPFA or equivalent)
Demonstrable experience in a similar role
Experience of financial planning and budget setting
Experience partnering with directorates and budget holders to understand the operational and strategic priorities of the business.
£37,000 - £38,000
Southall Black Sisters is looking for an accomplished and fully qualified (ACCA, CIMA, ACA or equivalent) Interim Finance Manager to join our team on a temporary basis. The role presents an exciting opportunity to maximise the organisation’s efficiency by automating and streamlining its finance and accounting systems.
Contract type: 3 – 6 month FTC
Hours: Full Time
Responsible to: Executive Director
Salary: £36,000 - £40,000 (pa) depending on experience
Place of Work: Southall
Application Process: Applications will be reviewed and interviews held on a rolling basis
- Fully qualified: ACCA, CIMA, ACA or equivalent
- Experience of management accounts, budgeting, and statutory accounts preparation
- Excellent Excel skills (Vlookups, Pivot Tables & Formulae)
- Knowledge of Charity SORP and reporting of Restricted Funds
- Knowledge of all aspects of small community organisation including Sales/Purchase/Nominal ledgers, cashbook, payroll
- Familiarity with Sage/QuickBooks Online would be advantageous
- 3 years post-qualification experience is desirable
- Preparation of monthly management accounts
- Balance sheet reconciliation
- Preparation of draft YE a/cs (April- March accounting year)
- Fulfilling statutory requirements
- Supervision of Finance Assistant
- Systems implementation – review and automation/streamlining of current systems
Due to the nature of our work, this post is open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1). We particularly welcome applications from Black and minoritised women.
PRESTIGIOUS PRIVATE MEMBER’S CLUB, MARBLE ARCH
Finance & HR Director
Title: Finance & HR Director
Responsible for: Finance, HR, Membership Departments
Report to: CEO
Liaise with: Senior Team Managers, Line Managers and other stakeholders
Location: London, Marble Arch
Employer type: Private Military Club, Hotel and Events & Conference Centre
About us :
The Victory Services Club in London is a successful and prestigious private members club exclusively for serving and retired members of all ranks of the UK Armed Forces (and their allies), and their immediate families. The Club was established in 1907 as a charity with two primary objectives: to promote military efficiency and esprit de corps, and to relieve need, hardship, or distress amongst serving personnel and their dependants. The Club is located adjacent to Marble Arch and offers 202 bedrooms, 8 Conference Rooms and a range of other facilities including bars.
We are now looking for a Part Time Human Resources (HR) Manager to start with us asap. As HR Manager, you will be responsible for the engagement, recruitment, training, and welfare of all the Club’s 90 staff. Through positive partnering with fellow managers, you will ensure best practice is achieved, lead on casework, and ensure the Club remains compliant with Employment Law. You will formulate, propose, and implement agreed HR strategies, including staff benefits. You will be the primary point of contact in the Club for the payroll and pension schemes, and the principal link with our contracted Employment Law Advisory Service.
We are looking for someone with practical previous experience in an HR Business Partner or Manager role, with excellent organisation skills and a strong team ethic. They will have good IT skills (Office and Outlook) and the ability to adapt quickly to in-use Payroll and HR Management software. You will also be managing our HR & Payroll Assistant.
Required skills, experience, and qualifications: Good information management skills; CIPD qualified; HR Business Partner/Manager experience; Third Sector understanding; good understanding of the UK military and its ethos would be advantageous but not essential.Hospitality experience is essential.
Salary:Up to £80,000 Salary per annum
Contract Type: Permanent, 4 days per week,
Work Hours: Flexibility of working Hybrid, 32 hours per week, worked over 4 days, Monday to Friday
Finance & HR Director
The Finance & HR Director contributes to the charity's strategic direction and together with the CEO, is responsible for the long-term financial viability of the charity. To lead the finance function and financial strategies of the Club. To ensure compliance with appropriate financial legislation and good practice, including HMRC, the Charity SORP and Charity Commission requirements. To lead the HR Function and Membership services. You will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT), contributing to the long-term strategy and development of the Club and ensuring sound financial management of available resources.
- To implement, monitor and control the annual budget, ensuring that monthly Management Accounts are produced in a timely manner and that they present financial and non-financial information in a way that supports decision making and planning.
- To provide regular in-year Cashflow statements to the Honorary Treasurer, Board of Trustees and the SMT.
- To lead on the regular review of the Club’s Risk Register, ensuring that Departmental Managers are risk aware. To present the Risk Register to the Trustee’s meetings.
- To lead and co-ordinate the annual production of the five year financial plan, including the evaluation of project and other capital expenditure.
- To attend the Board meetings and function as Secretary of those meetings.
- To lead on the statutory reporting and consolidation of the annual accounts, ensuring they meet SORP requirements and that the audit timetable is adhered to.
- To monitor the Club’s investment portfolio, ensuring that the Investment Committee Chairman and committee members are provided with timely and relevant management information in order to inform decision making. To function as Secretary to the Investment Committee.
- To manage the financial reporting and control of the VSC (Trading) Ltd, ensuring that costs and pricing structure are reviewed annually and that the Trading Committee is provided with appropriate management information. To function as Company Secretary and Secretary of the Trading Committee.
- To lead on the production of the financial outputs for the annual review of pay and staff benefits for presentation to the Remuneration Committee.
- To lead on the annual review of the Fixed Asset Register and inventory holdings in order to provide assurances to the Board and for the Annual Report.
- To ensure there are robust cost control mechanisms in place and that opportunities for efficiency and business improvement are regularly reviewed.
- To manage the central finance function, ensuring there is robust governance and appropriate financial controls in place and that these are adhered to across the organisation.
- To develop a strong business partnering relationship between Finance and Departmental Managers and build financial awareness and knowledge.
- To lead the HR function ensuring the efficient delivery of payroll, retention and recruitment activities including employment contracts and successful on-boarding.
- To oversee our relationship with the Club’s payroll provider and HR external advisor.
- To provide timely and accurate staff management information to the SMT, Departmental Managers and Board meetings.
- To encourage Learning and Development.
- To lead the Membership function ensuring the efficient collection of subscriptions and Gift Aid, and the accounting thereof.
- To lead on the recruitment of new members and initiatives to retain them.
- To function as the Data Controller.
- To attend, occasionally, external events and conferences of the Armed Forces and their charities to recruit new members.
- To review our communications with members.
- To report membership management information to the SMT and Trustees.
- To manage the Finance, HR and Membership Teams, ensuring that the Club’s policies and procedures are adhered to.
- To develop, train and mentor your staff, ensuring that the training is timely, appropriate and effective.
- To foster an open and communicative environment between your teams and others in the Club, ensuring that professional standards are always maintained.
- To function as Duty Senior Manager as required.
- To undertaking special duties or work outside normal routine as required by the business or at the request of the CEO/Club Secretary.
- 30 days holiday per year + 8 Bank Holidays (pro rata as part time)
- Free meals on duty
- Pension scheme
Eligibility & Expiry:
You must be eligible to live and work in the UK to apply for this position.
Due to the volume of applications, if you do not hear from us unfortunately this means we have not taken you forward to the next stage.
We look forward to hearing from you!
* Report to: Director of Finance
* Flexible working: Hybrid working with at least 2 days a week based at their offices in London
* Salary: £42,500
* Experience: International development, Humanitarian or any kind of charity/ donor/ grant experience will be beneficial.
* Support and review all rolling forecasts submitted by the projects and country offices
* Ensure monthly management accounts are produced and reviewed and that variances are acted on
* Analyse the monthly management accounts and ask countries and projects to account for the performance in those countries against the forecast, collating and providing the monthly feedback to the Finance Director
* Providing advice, training and support to the finance team in country offices
* Review all donor reports to ensure accurate and provide to the Finance Director for sign off and ensure that they are submitted on time
* Review the month-end checklists from the country offices and bring to the attention of the Finance Director any items of concern
* Ensure all Country Finance Managers, follow-up on matters raised in the month-end checklists and they are cleared within one month of the issue first arising
Technical Finance Support
* Provide technical training to Country Finance Managers (and senior finance staff if appropriate) in enabling the role holder to learn and develop, and enabling them to be a strong support to the country teams
* Provide day to day support on understanding the requirements of reporting both internal and external reporting
* Budget Support and Financial Analysis
* Support the HQ-based Business Development team and/or in country teams by compiling and reviewing budgets for new projects where required and providing the budgets for review by the Finance Director
* Support the Finance Director with financial analysis required
Head of Finance to work with higher education organisation in Central London.
Your new company
A higher education and research organisation with an annual budget of approx. £35m. This organisation offers both graduate and post graduate studies. They are based in a beautiful building close to Kings Cross.
Your new role
The Head of Finance will take responsibility for the overall performance of the Finance Department, as well as a range of financial, commercial and administrative functions of the organisation, including Publications student accommodation. This position is also responsible for all aspects of financial systems and controls of funded projects / offices in other parts of the world. In discharging these responsibilities, the post holder will be assisted by a small team under their direct supervision. The post holder will also work with qualified voluntary resources on specific tasks or projects as identified by the Co-Director and Board of Governors.
There is opportunity to improve the organisations systems and processes. There is also opportunity to upskill the team so that they provide the best service possible to the organisation.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be a qualified Accountant who has worked in a similar senior level role in higher education or the charity sector.
What you'll get in return
This organisation values work life balance and has made a long term commitment to hybrid working - likely to be 3 days in the office. The organisation also offers a pension contribution of 5% of salary for the first year of employment, and 10% thereafter. Health insurance and flexible working.
What you need to do now
Please apply ASAP to be considered!
To be primarily responsible for their internal accounts management. This comprises day-to-day processing and administration of all aspects of the their financial affairs, including the preparation of draft accounts and budgets.
Large Not For Profit Organisation
- To maintain accurate records of all the financial transactions of the organisation and related entities in a form that is useful to management and complies with relevant legislation and guidelines
- To prepare monthly management accounts, Balance Sheet, Cash flow reports and other financial information as required for them.
- Maintain a logical and timely month end close process
- Prepare clear and logical month end journals and accurate accruals and prepayments
- At year end to prepare the draft annual statutory accounts and schedules for auditing and liaison with the auditors
- To maintain the chart of accounts
Payroll and Pensions
- To prepare and submit PAYE/NI returns and payments to HMRC in compliance with required formats and deadlines
- To be responsible for the day-to-day administration (in conjunction with the external bureau) of the Group Personal Pension Plan, including member enrolment, payroll and contract administration and liaison with the pension providers
VAT and Gift Aid
- To administer the Library's VAT effectively in compliance with relevant legislation and guidelines
- To administer regular claims for Gift Aid liaising with the Fundraising and Membership departments as necessary, in compliance with relevant legislation and guidelines
* Fully or Part qualified accountant (ACCA, ACMA)
Experience and Knowledge
* Demonstrable experience of maintaining accounting systems preferably Sage
* Demonstrable experience of payroll administration and HMRC procedures
* Experience of charity accounting and reporting in accordance with FRS 102 and the Charity SORP
* Experience of supervising staff
* Some knowledge of membership and fundraising databases
* Experience of preparing statutory accounts & schedules for auditors
* Familiarity with pension fund administration
* Familiarity with working in a customer-service environment
* Experience with CRM software
Skills and Abilities
Staff and team work
* Demonstrable ability to work effectively as part of a finance team, with a collaborative approach to achieving the team and organisational goals both face to face and remotely
Salary: Circa £38k
Full time (35 hours)
Home or office based (offices in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, and Glasgow)
£40,000 - £45,000
The Big Issue mission is to dismantle poverty by creating opportunity through self-help, social trading and business solutions – a “hand up, not a hand out” We provide an “access to all’ means for people to earn a legitimate source of income, to raise their self-esteem and to take control of their lives. One of the ways we do this is through supporting vendors to sell The Big Issue magazine.
Our vendors are traders, retailers on the High Street. Since The Big Issue was launched in 1991 and its Foundation in 1995, we’ve supported hundreds of thousands of people to work their way out of poverty. Over the past two decades the magazine has become synonymous with challenging, independent journalism. It currently circulates around 100,000 copies every week.
Vendors are allocated a pitch and issued with five free copies of the magazine to get them started. From that point, vendors invest in additional magazines at £1.50 and sell them on at £3.00 retaining the profit. Last year alone, we put more than £5million in the pockets of our vendors, releasing them from a dependence on hand-outs, building confidence, gaining respect, and providing a connection and in some cases a lifeline to their communities.
The Big Issue Foundation supports Vendors (and increasingly others) with “wrap around support`’ - (health, housing, debt, addiction, mental health and employability). We do this by connecting vendors with the vital support services, personal solutions, Big Issue programmes and employment pathways that enable them to rebuild their lives and determine their own routes to a better and more sustainable future. And this is where you come in…
Managing the business model, risk and financials of any business, is one of the most critical functions in the organisation. It is the engine room that keeps the wheels turning. It provides the information from which all key decisions are made. The roles of the Director of Finance and Finance Manager are integral to and embedded within the team, and are a resource which is respected and valued by all of us.
The Finance Manager will work closely with the service and fundraising teams, helping managers to understand the position of their part of the charity and is responsible for delivering the budget, forecasts and income processing in line with the 3-year plan & supporting the teams in the development of new business plans.
You’ll join us in promoting a culture of openness, collaboration, adaptiveness and ambition and ensure the Foundation remains true to its core values as we grow. Our culture is important to us. You’ll enjoy collaborating to develop and deliver strategies and plans that enhance both employee wellbeing and business performance.
The successful candidate is likely to be newly or part qualified and a current active member of an Accounting Body (CCAB, CIMA or overseas equivalent), bring experience of working effectively with non-finance stakeholders and ideally to have a combination of commercial and charity sector experience
How to apply
Application is by way of a CV and a Supporting Statement of no more than 2 sides of A4 which highlights your motivations for applying and how your experience and knowledge fit the criteria of the Person Specification.
Closing date: 10.00am Thursday 27th January 2022
Selection and timescales:
There is a two-stage selection process.
First Interviews: Thursday 3rd February 2022
Second interviews: Wednesday 9th February 2022
The format of the interviews will be determined by the COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions that apply at the time.
If you would like an informal and confidential discussion about the role before you formally apply, please contact our recruitment partner: Carroll Lloyd, Director, NFP Consulting
Head of Finance
Women in Prison
Part time (3-4 days per week)
£44,220 FTE (includes ILW
Women in Prison (WIP) is a national charity that delivers support for women affected by the criminal justice system in prisons, in the community and through our Women's Centres. We campaign to end the harm caused to women, their families and our communities by imprisonment.
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive you will be responsible for taking the lead on financial management, technology system developments and innovations, as we move to a more agile working model.
As expected for a role at this level you can expect the usual areas of responsibility including managing a small team, operations, IT, facilities, governance, in addition to acting as Company Secretary and leading on the annual audit.
The successful candidate is likely to have a formal qualification e.g. ACA, ACCA, CIMA and bring demonstrable experience of working within the charity sector, ideally a grant funded organisation, and working at both strategic and operational levels.
There has never been a more challenging and exciting time to join us as we seek to diversify our funding base and demonstrate that community alternatives to prison are cost effective and sustainable.
We actively encourage applications from women from a variety of backgrounds, and with a range of skills and experiences. We are particularly interested to hear from Black, Asian and minorities women and women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system. The role is only open to women, in accordance with the sex-based exemptions of the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.
In line with legal requirements and the nature of WIP’s work, this post is:
- restricted to women only as a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 paragraph 1, Equality Act 2010;
- subject to a Right to Work check; and
- subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check (basic)
- subject to ID verification vetting
Closing date: asap but 10am Friday 4th February latest
Allen Lane are pleased to be assisting a London based Research Institution with the recruitment of a permanent Head of Finance. The Head of Finance is the number one finance role in the Institute and will have overall responsibility for the overall operation of the finance function as well as acting as a strategic financial advisor to the senior leadership team across the Research Institute
- Management of a finance function of 4 including a Finance Manager and Finance Officers
- Produce and deliver the statutory accounts
- Preparation of the annual budget and 5 year plan development process for submission to the Board of Governors.
- Supervise the preparation of monthly management accounts
- Supervise the preparation of the Monthly Funding Request.
- Coordinate the external audit process in relation to the annual audit
- Liaise with internal auditors in relation to the internal audit recommendations.
- Oversee and be responsible for the management of the payroll function, currently delivered through an external bureau
- Drive a culture of financial literacy across the Institute and providing guidance to budget holders around financial management
- Act as a key point of contact for strategic financial advice
As Head of Finance you will be a fully qualified accountant (ACCA, CIMA or equivalent) with experience in leading finance functions and preparing statutory and management accounts, including the charity SORP. Experience of working within a not-for-profit and/or Higher Education environment would be desirable.
This role will be remote until current Government guidelines are lifted and then will revert to a hybrid model of three days on site at the London Campus and two days at home. The ability to commute to London three days per week is essential
This role will close on the 9th January 2022.
We are working closely with a successful and growing educational organisation who are seeking an experienced Head of Finance to join their busy Finance Team on a permanent basis. This role will have 4 direct reports and 3 indirect reports. This is an international organisation so you will be working across 7 different countries. The main responsibilities will cover management accounting and month-end procedures, Statutory reporting and charity governance, membership, payroll, and pension administration.
- Review and coordinate monthly management and report to the Director of Finance and budget holders.
- Support and supervise the senior members of the accounts team on day-to-day management of the department and all training needs are met.
- To coordinate the UK's group audit, having close liaison with the auditors and ensuring clean audit reports and filing of financial statements within statutory deadlines.
- To be apart of the UK Audit Committee
- Provide support to ensure the database is well maintained and data integrity is not compromised
- Responsibly for the UK payroll and checking monthly payroll, pension reports and year end procedures
- Provide financial support and advice to all staff within the organisation
To be considered for this role you must be qualified and have a proven track record as a successful Head of Finance. To have worked within a not-for-profit organisation would be desirable but isn't essential. This is a very hands-on role and need someone who is confident and can support and train and growing financial team. This is a permanent role working 35 hours a week with a hybrid working environment, the offices are based in Central London. If you have the above background and skillset and keen to know more please apply to TPP Recruitment by sending your CV to [email protected]
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
* Position: Permanent Full Time
* Salary £37,000pa - £40,000pa - Depending on Qualifcation and experience
* Flexible working: 1 or 2 days a week is required in their offices in North London
* Location: North London
* Interviews are available
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
* Fully Qualified, QBE or equivalent AAT
* Good written and oral communication skills
* Proven ability to produce quality accounts and financial work under pressure and to tight deadlines
* Highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications - excel is a must
* A strong accounting background and hands on experience using accounting software such as Xero or Sage
* Good analytical skills and professionally sceptical mindset
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
* Delivery of timely and accurate transaction processing, income and expenditure posting, ledger reconciliation and customer.
* This would cover all AP, AR, Bank and NL in Xero.
* Assist the Regional Treasurers in the management of other forms of income and expenditure activity, including petty cash and staff expense claims.
* Analyse, reconcile, and report the financial information collected from various fundraising platforms for correct VAT treatment and accounting.
* Regular Reconciliation of Bank Accounts and control accounts on Balance Sheet
* Produce monthly Income and Expenditure Report and Balance Sheet from Xero
* Assist the Regional Treasurers in the preparation of monthly Management Accounts and Budget control.
* Assist the Regional Treasurers with the quarterly reporting and forecast on financial performance and cashflow.
* Assist the Head of Finance with group consolidation of Management Accounts
* Assist the Regional Treasurers with any ad hoc financial analysis for projects and activities financed by restricted funds.
* Preparation of Year End Lead Schedules for Independent Examinations by Auditors.